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Hi, My GETZ dashboard has become very sticky, how to resolve this issue?

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When a Plastic starts to get sticky and oily, it is at the total melting condition. The more you clean the more sticky it will be. STOP cleaning, the plastic will eventually wipe off leaving the base cover. You can only treat the plastic to stop the sticky and oily surface. This will prolong your dashboard life span. Use the sticky melting solution conditioner it will stop the sticky and oily condition. Home

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Lords the problem of the dashboard sticky has plagued me too for some time.I asked the cost of a new dashboard UNBEARABLE!I asked the owner of a car wash the cost to solve the problem 300 EURO!I thought the use of a degreaser and put so pasienza to remove all that sticky substance from the dashboard to bring my car to the state of a car of the early eighties!
I found this product STARDUST!
http://cgi.ebay.it/STICKY-DASHBOARD-CAR-CLEANER-SPRAY-RENEW-INSTRUMENT-PANEL-RINNOVA-CRUSCOTTO-/180732101651?pt=Ricambi_automobili&hash=item2a14790413#
Today my car and as I had bought with half an hour of work.
sincerely

Posted on Oct 01, 2011

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Hi. I am having a Getz GLS and faced similar problem I looked for a solution and at last got it resolved myself and that too PERMANENTLY. IF you want to check out, them mail me to sundeep111@yahoo.com. Now my car dash board is absolutely normal. Stickiness gone for ever. If you are in Kolkata, I can also show you my car.

Posted on Oct 28, 2010

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